Cinderella had to return to her house by midnight in the overtly famous story. In our lives, we often have to complete tasks within a day or by midnight; and academic demands play a significant part in there. Think of how you can manage your homework as the night clock chimes 12 times.
Now, let’s suppose that you return home and have your play time scheduled and completed by 6. This gives you 6 hours of studies. You can deduct 2 more hours for food, slight talk and television. You still get 4 hours for academics and school assignment.
Now, you can reserve the first half an hour for segregation of assignments and planning them out. By the end of 30 minutes, you should be clear about which work to handle first and how to do it. You should also have the worksheets and reference materials at hand.
The next 2 hours should be devoted to the lengthy assignments. You should take your time and not rush through it; two hours do not pass in 10 minutes. If it is an essay, plan it. If it is a set of mathematical questions, solve the analogous questions from the worksheets to get a pristine idea.
You should then return to television and food for the next hour, making sure that you are free by 10. This interval is necessary to recharge your batteries and allow you to focus on assignments with more ferocity. Go through the done assignments once again and check if you have made any elemental errors.
By 11, your lengthy section should be completed with authority. The next hour can then be allotted to objective questions; the matching orders, fill-in-the-blanks; one-line answers et al. You should hardly have any problems in completing this set in 30-40 minutes.
Thus, by 12, you have all your assignments ready and in the bag. On days when there are lesser assignments, you should make an endeavor to strengthen your grip on demonic subjects (demonic in your view). When you gain concept of subjects, the assignments lose their tough exterior.
You should not shy away from asking for help if you feel any complications or roadblocks midway. There is no shame in asking solutions from elders. You should however make it a point to remember what they suggest so that you can apply it in future homework.